Reboot for stalled Redcliff Quarter scheme – but new owners throw out planned ‘indie food street’

February 19, 2021
Reboot for stalled Redcliff Quarter scheme – but new owners throw out planned ‘indie food street’

Work could restart on one of Bristol’s largest city centre mixed-use redevelopment schemes after nearly two years – but with some significant changes. Following a transfer of ownership, new plans are being drawn up for the 2.5-acre Redcliff Quarter site which could result in what would have been its...

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Bristol pharmacy software pioneer unveils prescription to shake up veterinary sector

February 19, 2021
Bristol pharmacy software pioneer unveils prescription to shake up veterinary sector

Invatech Health, the Bristol-based specialist software firm revolutionising the pharmacy sector with its pioneering technology, is aiming to do the same for the UK veterinary market. It is setting up a new distribution service to dispense animal prescriptions issued by vets in collaboration with a second firm, MWI Animal...

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Backing for Bristol Airport as it seeks to overturn council’s grounding of its expansion plans

February 19, 2021
Backing for Bristol Airport as it seeks to overturn council’s grounding of its expansion plans

The South West CBI has backed Bristol Airport’s appeal against the decision by North Somerset Council last year to refuse its expansion. The council’s planning committee went against their own officers’ recommendation last February to throw out the scheme, which sought to increase the airport’s capacity to handle 12m...

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Firm behind Everards Print Works regeneration opens Bristol office to seek further projects in the region

February 19, 2021
Firm behind Everards Print Works regeneration opens Bristol office to seek further projects in the region

Scottish property investor and developer Artisan Real Estate has opened a base in Bristol as work continues on its first scheme in the South of England – the redevelopment of Bristol’s historic Everards Print Works. The Edinburgh-headquartered firm, which has also been involved in projects in Leeds and Birmingham...

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Industry accolade for Bristol marketing agency after it shrugs off pandemic to double its staffing

February 19, 2021
Industry accolade for Bristol marketing agency after it shrugs off pandemic to double its staffing

Bristol B2B digital marketing agency Modern has been named as the industry’s number one ‘rising star’ after its team more than doubled in size during the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm’s strong growth – as well as growing its staff from 11 to 23 it also achieved a 156% increase...

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Temple Bright further expands professionals practice to become ‘adviser to the advisers’

February 19, 2021
Temple Bright further expands professionals practice to become ‘adviser to the advisers’

and London law firm Temple Bright has continued to grow its South West construction practice with a number of appointments to advise other professional firms including architects, landscape architects, interior designers, planning consultants, surveyors and project managers. The move reflects a more general and growing focus – across the...

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Business figures back bid to create ‘economy-boosting’ Great Western Freeport at Avonmouth

February 19, 2021
Business figures back bid to create ‘economy-boosting’ Great Western Freeport at Avonmouth

Bristol business leaders are calling on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to approve the creation of a ‘free port’ at Avonmouth in a move they say could create up to 50,000 jobs. They are among the signatories to a letter supporting the bid for government funding for the Great Western Freeport. ...

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Bristol’s the star again as city’s TV production industry bounces back

February 19, 2021
Bristol’s the star again as city’s TV production industry bounces back

Bristol’s TV industry is continuing to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic with two popular shows filmed in the city back on the screen this month. The city provides a number of locations for the return of contemporary detective series McDonald & Dodds later this month while a new...

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Bristol hoteliers voice anger over claims they will be last to open when lockdown eases

February 18, 2021
Bristol hoteliers voice anger over claims they will be last to open when lockdown eases

Hoteliers in Bristol have hit out at suggestions that the industry will be among the last to reopen when lockdown restrictions ease over the next few months, arguing their venues are safer than shopping centres and grocery stores. The Bristol Hoteliers Association (BHA), which represents 40 establishments operating 4,000...

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